A Way To Tie The Knot Logo

Lachlan Wyllie, 14th October 2016

In this feature, A Way To Tie The Knot, Vanita Sathasivam explores how, in an increasingly fast-paced world, people are finding it harder than ever to maintain long and meaningful relationships. Is there a magic formula to finding love?

Thanh Hằng Phạm, Recording on Location

Lachlan Wyllie, 14th October 2016

Mapping out the nuances of home and love that we experience through separation, Thanh Hằng Phạm tells a story of long distance relationships in this feature: one that asks what queer people of colour experience in this diaspora.

National Features and Documentary Series 2016

mwalters, 19th April 2016

The producers selected to create work have been announced and the CBAA's third annual National Features and Documentary Series is shaping up as a must-listen in late 2016.

National Features & Documentary Series

Helen Henry, 7th October 2015

10 half-hour features from community radio producers around Australia, available to all stations for local broadcast.

Radio Pioneer Charles Maclurcan

eramsay, 24th September 2015

Revealing the passion of radio innovator Charles Maclurcan, who "wound up the cat and put the clock out".

It's the Satanic Verses, Love (3RPH, Vision Australia Melbourne) Womens Book Club

eramsay, 24th September 2015

One of the first audio books Ruth Mercer read after joining the RVIB (Royal Victorian Institute for the Blind) library some thirty years ago was Salman Rushdie’s The Satanic Verses. The postman delivered all 32 tapes to her front door and announced “It’s the Satanic Verses, love”.

Fairlight: How Australia Changed the Sound of Music, Image of a Fairlight CMI synthesiser & sampler

eramsay, 23rd September 2015

How two computer nerds in a Sydney basement created a machine that would change the face of contemporary music composition.

Image of live stand up comedian

eramsay, 23rd September 2015

Standing up in front of a room full of strangers and trying to make them laugh sounds like a daunting task to most people. Now imagine being one of the relatively small handful of women trying to do just that, in a field still dominated by men.

Relation / Expectation documentray artwork

eramsay, 23rd September 2015

Fragments of conversations seeped in emotion, stories, ponderings and thought bubbles.

Image by Lisa Burns for Cathedral of a Thousand Stars Doco

eramsay, 23rd September 2015

The desert seems like an unlikely place for things to grow, but they do… you just have to look a little bit harder to find them.