The Mix

October 2019

Season 2019, Episode 39

4.0 1 x
Natives Go Wild exposes the exploitation within P.T. Barnum's Greatest Show on Earth, the electric installation art of Haroon Mirza, and our panel challenges the status quo of Australia's music history.

Season 2019, Episode 38

4.0 10 x
The Arnhem Land arts centre pulsing with culture and innovation. Can celebrated illusionist Scott Silven read Lisa Skerrett's mind? Plus Beverley Wang from Stop Everything meets the creative team behind 'Untitled Goose Game'.

Season 2019, Episode 37

4.0 1 x
The hi-tech and heartfelt sounds of a unique electronic music group; Petrina Hicks' unsettling and sensuous photography; a bird nerd's stunning feathered portraits; and our panel discuss the emerging art of smartphone cinema.
September 2019

Season 2019, Episode 36

4.0 5 x
Back to Back Theatre challenges the nature of human empathy. Pop quiz: Keanu, a bus, and a bomb? It's Speed - The Play. Plus the team from Stop Everything! discuss their secret - and shameful - pop culture enthusiasms.

Season 2019, Episode 35

3.0 7 x
This way to the free stuff - how to enjoy an art fair on a budget. Does the street artist Banksy ever need to be revealed? Plus our panel look at the latest in cinema including Brad Pitt in space and Bill Murray vs zombies.

Season 2019, Episode 34

3.0 2 x
The show that makes art accessible and culture cool. The Mix brings you a weekly fix of the latest arts and entertainment - introducing you to creatives you've never heard of and sampling experiences you'd never imagine.

Season 2019, Episode 33

3.0 8 x
Tales of love and loss laid bare in The Museum of Broken Relationships, Kenyan artist Michael Armitage hijacks cultural traditions and stereotypes, and our cafe critics look at how video art is faring in the digital age.
August 2019

Season 2019, Episode 32

4.0 3 x
In pursuit of the ecstatic at Supersense Festival, Zan Rowe takes 5 with Jessica Mauboy and her inspirational songlines, and our cafe critics discuss the challenge of telling Indigenous stories in the mainstream media.

Season 2019, Episode 31

4.0 1 x
It's border-to-border art at South Australia's SALA Festival. Sketch artist commuter Grant Parke, plus Beverley Wang and Benjamin Law talks family ties (and lies) with Lulu Wang, writer/director of Sundance hit The Farewell.

Season 2019, Episode 30

3.0 1 x
Invisible gorillas and other cognitive illusions at MONA; an artist who uses jewellery to make powerful political statements; and our panel look at the thorny issue of 'selling out' in the contemporary music industry.