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Program Guide

Sunday, 8 February 2009


7:00

Festival: Folk Music At Newport 1963 - 1966

(CC, G, Repeat)

Murray Lerner's film Festival! is a cinematic synthesis of four Newport Folk Festivals from 1963-1966. Featuring Bob Dylan's notorious first 'electric' live performances; and other greats including Joan Baez and Johnny Cash.








8:35

Dr John: Live At Montreux

(CC, G, Repeat)

Dr. John's distinctive brand of 'voodoo blues', combining his inventive piano playing, gravelly voice and the essence of New Orleans, has made him a much-admired character in a career that stretches over forty years.








9:35

Paul Kelly: Live Apples

(CC, G, Repeat)

Part 2 of 2. At the tail end of a six week national theatre tour in support of the album Stolen Apples, Paul Kelly performed at The Empire Theatre in Toowoomba, QLD in front of an adoring crowd.







10:35


triple j tv presents Interpol

(CC, G, Repeat)

When New York's alternative rock band performed at Sydney's Hordern Pavilion in February this year, triple j tv were on hand to catch it all on film. Includes tracks from their third long player Our Love To Admire.








11:05

jtv Live: Wolfmother

(CC, G, Repeat)

Recorded in Studio 22, Sydney band Wolfmother performed live to air for Live at the Wireless.








12:00

London Live

(CC, G, Repeat)

Recorded in London's flamboyant, stylish and historic music venue KOKO, London Live showcases the biggest and best album releases. Hosted by Joe Mace.








12:30

Red Dwarf: Dimension Jump

(CC, PG, Repeat)

In a universe almost identical to his own, another Arnold Rimmer exists. Very different to the wimp we know, he is a modest super-hero worshipped by men and women alike. CAST: Craig Charles







1:00


Red Dwarf: Meltdown

(CC, PG, Repeat)

The crew is transported to Waxworld, a giant theme park. They find themselves teaming up with history's goodies (from Elvis to Einstein) to fight the baddies (from Caligula to Hitler). CAST: Craig Charles








1:30

Planet Rock Profiles: Oasis

(CC, PG, Repeat)

The planet's leading series of in-depth profiles of major recording artists.








1:55

Pop[b]session: Session 1: While My Guitar Gently Weeps

(CC, G, Repeat)

Documents rock and pop's greatest instruments and instrumentalists. The first episode features guitar; and the godfather of electric guitar, Les Paul is interviewed.








3:00

Deep Purple: Live At Montreux 1996

(CC, G, Repeat)

Deep Purple need no introduction as one of the all-time great British rock bands. Their association with Montreux goes back to the early seventies.








4:00

jtv Live: Bloc Party

(CC, G, Repeat)

A one hour concert by English indie rock band Bloc Party, recorded in front of an audience in the ABC's Melbourne studios in August 2007.








4:55

A Little Later: Roni Size

(CC, G, Repeat)

A Little Later showcases the best performances from the live music show Later With Jools Holland. This episode features UK Jungle scene legend, Roni Size.








5:10

Classic Albums: Elton John: Goodbye Yellow Brick Road

(CC, G, Repeat)

A track-by-track look at Elton John's album. Illustrated by archive footage from Elton in concert and rare footage of the album being recorded in France, this documentary is a unique insight into the process behind the recording of this truly classic album.








6:00

21 Years Of Compass: Why Christianity Must Change

(CC, Repeat)

Before a live audience, Geraldine Doogue explores the views and beliefs of Bishop John Shelby Spong regarded as one of the definitive voices for progressive Christianity.








7:05

The Museum: Beyond Bloomsbury

(CC, G, Repeat) Final

The BM goes on the road taking part in a Hindu festival and a chess game. Each year the BM takes thousands of objects to hundreds of cities, so the public outside London can get up close and personal with star artefacts.








7:35

Wild At Heart

(CC, PG, Repeat)

A string of unfortunate misunderstandings at the rival Mara reserve convinces Rosie that Sarah is having an affair with Tate. CAST: Stephen Tompkinson, Amanda Holden, Luke Ward-Wilkinson








8:30

What Price Fame?: Look Who's Stalking

(CC, PG, Repeat) Final

When does a fan become a danger? An examination of the increasing problems celebrities face from stalkers, delving into the minds of fans suffering from mental illness.








9:20

Paradise Found

(CC, G, Repeat)

A two-part program looking at Islamic art, presented by Waldemar Januszczak.








11:05

Marianne Faithfull: Dreaming My Dreams

(CC, MA, Repeat, Contains drug references and coarse language)

One of the most famous - and infamous - artists of our time, Marianne Faithfull is an icon of the '60s. Featuring classics such as Vagabond Ways, Broken English, Working Class Hero, As Tears Go By, and Dreaming My Dreams.








12:05

...programs start at 6.00am









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