PODCAST

15 Minutes of Fame

With Janine Carter
Sat 4pm

Karridale resident Ryan Mahney talks about story telling in music and tattoos, artist Lauren Wilhelm puts her love of birds into her art and Simon Mellor (of RMR’s Big Beat Manifesto) reveals his favourite live performance.
A special edition of 15 Minutes of Fame, broadcast live from the 2022 Margaret River & Districts Agricultural Show. The show features baker & cooking categories judge, Hannah Jukes; artist and children’s art steward, Michael Wise and former roadie & musician, Joe Forte.
Daniel Robe spent three months on a boat with only three CDs, Nicole Robinson reveals a secret and Sandi Page talks about recent work up north that renewed her sense of adventure.
Three RMR presenters this week play their favourite songs; Me & Gen Z host, Ruby Ballard, Friday On My Mind host, Cate Worsley and Take Me Back host, Ian Smith explain their choices.
Jo Perry describes a bit of her wine journey, Dan Smith has some choices to honour his Manchester roots and Pauline McLeod plays an original piece that was created within the family.
Robert Astromsky gifted himself a cello, Justine Rosen picks songs that pay tribute to countries she has lived in and loved and Dan White talks all things guitar.
Karen Jones explains working with horses, Jamie Pardoe chooses a song by his talented daughter and Sarah Hewer shares her cultural awakening in London many years ago.
Libby Muhling talks art and music, Janine Pittaway sneaks a Spandau Ballet song into a Government media launch and Tony Lane has a proud dad moment.
Hear from Rebecca Simmonds on what goes into directing a pantomime, Katie Biggs is walking the talk on sustainability and Carmen McFaull is involved in welcoming East Timorese vineyard workers to the region.
Artist Gerry Reilly is musically inspired during Covid isolation, Anne Shepherson honours the strong women in her family and John ‘Juvy’ Matten talks about the importance of mates.
Alan Meyburgh explains his artist preferences, Jessica Worrall values volunteering in the community and Stu McMillan links community, art and music.
Beer Fridge music is back on air, thanks to Karl Heussenstamm, Nic Chirico uses her song choice to explain some of her life choices and Eric Stoveld shares his perfect party DJ vibe.
Joe Greig learned guitar in a unique way, Max Brearley explains his views on the best music for a dinner party and Maya Jade talks about the link between her two passions; music and art.
Tony Howell pays tribute to his ‘legend’ brother, Helen Collis reveals she met the Rolling Stones and Bernice Barry discovers she loves protest songs.

There’s more to Freya Hohnen that winemaking, Ryan Pollack shares his vision for Margie Price Inc and Sarina Kamini ‘spices’ up the show with some classics from her childhood in India.

This week, Brian Middleton looks back on Margaret River in the 70’s, Kellie Tannock opens up about her journey with depression and Errol Beere talks about his ‘bits’.
This week, Nick Castle tells us about his new RMR t-shirt design, Mike Rumble delights in live music and Jennifer Gherardi shares an Italian/Irish collaboration.
This week, Amanda Whiteland brings an international mix, Angie Evans shares some Antipodean favourites and Richard Todd explains how to create a sound track.

A dad & daughter are in the studio together – Simon & Abbey Lentjes talk about their shared musical tastes.  Ashley Terese admits to the influence of music videos when she was young; girl power and Margie Pride Inc.

Bridget Tighe plays a musical love letter to Margaret River, Michelle Wright reminisces on the Big Day Out and Lisa Nikulinsky shares the influences on her doctorate exploring music and youth culture.

Sean Hsu shares his love of musicals and movies, Cath Oates features songs from where she has lived and Brittany Rose reveals the musical antidote to the bagpipes.

Tony Barugh was Chris Isaak’s driver when he played in Margaret River, Narelle Rodley requests songs that honour her family and Frank Edwards shows he is a consummate storyteller.
Stepan Libricky shares his music influences growing up in Czechoslovakia, Rachael Whitrow’s songs underpin her love of dance and yoga and Jack Freeman reveals a preference for hobbies full of adrenalin and adventure.
Stephanie Addison-Brown talks music, travel and her work/life balance, Charlotte Dowden captures her feeling of living in this beautiful part of the world and Mat Lewis explains why he plays in a band called Doghouse Collective.
Three generations share their favourite songs; Archie Dowden is creating his own music, Cassandra Charlick shares her love of Broadway and Ronlea Chick saw Neil Diamond live on his Hot August Nights tour.
In a nod to the wine vintage, Janine talks to three winemakers who are about to get really busy. Brad Wehr, Andrew Dawson and Vanya Cullen talk music with a few wine-related comments, but mostly it’s all about the music.
This week, Jaime Werren definitely loves to dance, Lynden Davies shares an Aussie classic and Clarissa Almeida reveals she was dancing to Yothu Yindu as a teenager in Brazil.
This week, a Hoodoo Guru went to John & Marianne Gummer’s wedding, Sian Dawson reveals a musical background and Richard Lee-Pullen explains how he creates an annual ‘time capsule’ of his favourite music each year.

This week, Jacqui Holmes reveals a family member’s role in Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Martine Perret discovers Motorhead through photographer, Pep Bonet, and David Dare Parker talks about his two passions; his camera and his guitar.

Janine speaks to three guests who have new adventures planned in 2022. Anita Haywood will be listening in from Scotland, Rachel House talks about her move to Perth this month and John Syzmanski has a successful project underway the Kimberly.

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