: Megan Washington performs Meet Me In The Middle Of The Air at Before Too Long, our tribute to Paul Kelly.
[LESS INFO] 52 VIEWS | ADDED 21:32:00 05/24/13
16/02/2010: Megan Washington performs Meet Me In The Middle Of The Air at Before Too Long, our tribute to Paul Kelly.
[LESS INFO] 40 VIEWS | ADDED 10:00:00 11/30/07
30/11/2007: Hoorah for us! Yay for you! It's the last jtv vodcast episode for 2007! It's muck-up day at jtv and The Doctor is making the most of it! Amandah and Timmy from Operator Please hang out with Jay and The Doctor; we learn about The Panics J Award nomination for their album, 'Cruel Guards'; The Panics pay tribute to The Triffids and cover'Wide Open Road' for Like A Version; Horsell Common perform 'Royal Artillery' at AWOL in Burnie; for Hack, Steve Cannane takes us inside John Howard's last election night party as Liberal leader; Plus, we announce the winner of Clipspotting!
Ser2 Ep40: The Cat Empire + J Award + Hack - first time voters + Spy Shop + Ministry Of Truth + Clipspotting
[LESS INFO] 14 VIEWS | ADDED 10:00:00 11/23/07
23/11/2007: It's the 4th and FINAL week Clipspotting! This week's program hosted by the mo-vembered up Robbie Buck, featuring: The Cat Empire perform 'So Many Nights' at AWOL in Burnie; a snapshot of two more albums nominated for J Award - John Butler Trio's 'Grand National' and Urthboy's 'The Signal'; for Hack, Steve Cannane looks at the decisions that first time voters have to make when they head to the polling booths at the federal election; the final episode of the jtv comedy, Spy Shop - Dale is determined to make the ABC pay for years of political bias; in the Ministry of Truth, the search is on for a new star in the world of noise music (Noise Idol). Plus clipspotting clips 7 and 8!
[LESS INFO] 26 VIEWS | ADDED 10:00:00 11/16/07
16/11/2007: It's week 3 of Clipspotting! This weeks' program hosted by Sam Simmons, featuring: Gotye performing 'The Only Thing I Know' on the triple j rooftop for Ausmusic Month launch; we look at three more albums nominated for J Award (triple j's award for Best Australian album of the year) including Katalyst's 'What's Happening', Midnight Juggernauts' 'Dystopia' and The Vasco Era's 'Oh We Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside'; for Hack, Steve Cannane finds out what the major political parties are doing about climate change; for Spy Shop, Dale gets a surprise after he tracks his Uncle to a mysterious rendezvous. Plus clipspotting clips 5 and 6!
Ser2 Ep38: Tim Rogers + Spy Shop + Hack - young election volunteers + J Award + Clare Bowditch + Ministry Of Truth + Clipspotting
[LESS INFO] 17 VIEWS | ADDED 10:00:00 11/09/07
9/11/2007: It week 2 of Clipspotting where you could win a digital tv receiver with hard drive! This week hosted by Zan Rowe of triple j mornings. Features: Tim Rogers performs 'Wise Words' and Clare Bowditch performing 'When The Lights Went Down' at the Ausmusic Month launch party; jtv takes a look at J Award nominee - Josh Pyke's album, 'Memories and Dust'; for Hack, Steve Cannane meets some young people who are volunteering to campaign on the streets for the up-coming federal election; in Spy Shop, Dale invents an electronic version of man's best friend; in Ministry Of Truth, the lead singer of an emo group waits backstage with his manager ready to meet a record company rep and sign the deal of a lifetime.
[LESS INFO] 19 VIEWS | ADDED 10:00:00 10/26/07
26/10/2007: Dools and Linda are teaming up this week, and here's what they've got for you: The Shins interviewed by Dools backstage at Enmore Theatre; Dools throws a stuffed banana-in-pyjamas toy at Robbie Buck in a toilet cubicle; The John Butler Trio perform 'Better Than' and 'Zebra' at a triple j concert at Federation Square, Melbourne; for Hack, Steve Cannane looks at the relationship between the Tasmanian Lennon Labor government and Gunns Ltd; in Spy Shop, Dale volunteers to help out his crush, Jessica with a special martial arts demonstration.
Ser2 Ep34: Best bits from AWOL Innisfail - Unearthed songwriters' workshop + Grinspoon + Listen Up: Chase + Mia Dyson + Red Riders
[LESS INFO] 18 VIEWS | ADDED 10:00:00 10/12/07
12/10/2007: triple j's Top Shelf nice guy, Robbie Buck brings you a special program featuring the best bits from AWOL Innisfail! Includes: Grinspoon vs The Doctor busk-off; Myf interviews Grinspoon backstage; Mia Dyson performs 'Meant Something To You' and chats to the breakfast team backstage after her performance; for Listen Up we meet Chase, a banana farmer from Innisfail; The Doctor and triplejunearthed.com host a discusssion for local Innisfail musos with members of Grinspoon, Red Riders and Mia Dyson sharing their songwriting tips; Red Riders chat to Myf, Jay and The Doctor backstage about their rise to fame and play 'C'mon' on the AWOL stage.
Ser2 Ep33: 1990s + Throw Stuff At Robbie + Angus and Julia Stone + Hack - RU486 + Spy Shop 5 + British India
[LESS INFO] 7 VIEWS | ADDED 10:00:00 10/05/07
5/10/2007: triple j's weekday lunch presenter, Linda Marigliano brings you: Myf, Jay and The Doctor meet the lads from Scottish group 1990s; Dools throws a green frog at Robbie; Angus and Julia Stone perform 'Paper Aeroplane' in ABC's Studio 227 infront of 30 of their favourite fans; for Hack, Steve Cannane finds out why only 13 Australian women have accessed the abortion drug 18 months after the conscience vote in Parliament; in Spy Shop, Dale sets out to find the headquarters of ASIO in Canberra; Melbourne group British India perform 'Run The Red Light' for Top Shelf.
Ser2 Ep32: Superbad + Spy Shop 4 + Mercy Arms + Throw Stuff At Robbie + Hack - Bronwyn Bishop' s war on drugs + The Tongue
[LESS INFO] 16 VIEWS | ADDED 10:00:00 09/28/07
28/09/2007: Sam Simmons makes his jtv debut on the jtv vodcast, presenting: Myf and The Doctor meet the actors from Superbad; in Spy Shop, Dale becomes the ultimate crash test dummy; Sydney group Mercy Arms perform 'Uptown Address' for Home and Hosed; Dools takes out Robbie Buck with a beanbag; for Hack, Steve Cannane finds out why Bronwyn Bishop thinks the war on drugs is winnable; Sydney MC The Tongue performs 'The Punch'.
Ser2 Ep31: Foo Fighters + Throw Stuff At Robbie + Hack - backpackers + Datarock + Spy Shop 3 + Kid Confucius
[LESS INFO] 28 VIEWS | ADDED 10:00:00 09/21/07
21/09/2007: The Doctor performs a couple of emergency procedures tonight on jtv. Featuring: Robbie Buck interviews Dave Grohl about the release of the new Foo Fighters album; Dools is back to throw stuff at Robbie Buck; for Hack, Steve Cannane finds out what backpackers in Cairns get up when they're not checking out the rainforests and tropical fish; Norwegian group Datarock perform 'Fa-Fa-Fa' for Top Shelf; for Spy Shop, Dale experiments with night vision gadgetry; Sydney hip hop and soul group Kid Confucius perform 'Make Up Your Mind'.
Ser2 Ep30: Daniel Radcliffe + Spy Shop 2 + Hack - which votes don't count? + Chk Chk Chk + Adicolor Green
[LESS INFO] 13 VIEWS | ADDED 10:00:00 09/14/07
14/09/2007: Robbie Buck pulls out his bag of magic tricks for this episode! Robbie had 12 minutes to interview wizard-boy Daniel Radcliffe of Harry Potter fame about his new Australian film 'December Boys'; in Spy Shop, Dale tries to install some sneaky surveillance cameras to catch out dodgy baby-sitters; for Hack, Steve Cannane finds out what effect recent changes to electoral laws will have on some people; !!! (Chk Chk Chk) perform 'Heart Of Hearts' at The Forum in Sydney; and finally, the last of the films we'll be screening as part of the Portable Film Festival.
Ser2 Ep29: Muph and Plutonic + Spy Shop 1 + Hack - cost of the mining boom pt2 + Cold War Kids + The Guide Dog
[LESS INFO] 21 VIEWS | ADDED 10:00:00 09/07/07
7/09/2007: Vijay Khurana from triple j weekends thinks it's already summer inside the triple j offices. He presents: Muph and Plutonic performing 'Once In A Lifetime' at AWOL in Karratha; we premiere episode one from a new jtv comedy called Spy Shop about a young guy who owns a shop that sells surveillance gear to help keep Australia safe; for Hack, Alice Brennan finds out what it's like being a young person in Karratha; Cold War Kids perform 'Hang Me Up To Dry' for jtv live and Live At The Wirelessl; a short British animation called 'The Guide Dog' for Portable Film Festival.
[LESS INFO] 15 VIEWS | ADDED 10:00:00 08/31/07
31/08/2007: Jack and Meg from The White Stripes (aka Myf and The Doctor) present this week's vodcast. Cool things you will see: Bloc Party perform 'I Still Remember' at the exclusive gig put on for triple j and jtv at ABC Melbourne studios; for Hack, Alice Brennan finds out how the mining boom in North West WA is affecting communities like Karratha (part 1); US uber-cool indie-kids Tilly and The Wall tap out their song 'Bad Education' for Top Shelf; a short film called 'The Whisper Stop' programmed as part of The Portable Film Festival.
[LESS INFO] 44 VIEWS | ADDED 10:00:00 08/24/07
24/08/2007: triple j's weekday Lunch presenter, Linda Marigliano hosts the jtv vodcast this week featuring: two tracks from the special Gotye Live At The Wireless gig held at ABC's Melbourne studios - 'The Only Way' and 'The Only Thing I Know'; for Listen Up, jtv meets Rachel from Humpty Doo who sells didgeridoos for a living; Steve Cannane investigates the gambling habits of young Australians for Hack; Portable Film Festival - a short film called 'People In Order'; plus we're giving away the fifth letter in the Quijibo competition where you could win a smart phone!
Ser2 Ep26: AWOL Humpty Doo special, Blue King Brown, Hack - young over unions, Something For Kate, Missy Higgins, Quijibo 4
[LESS INFO] 21 VIEWS | ADDED 10:00:00 08/17/07
17/08/2007: Scott Dooley presents the AWOL Humpty Doo special, featuring live performances from Blue King Brown ('Come and Check Your Head'), Something For Kate ('Deja Vu') and Missy Higgins ('Steer'). To kick things off, The Doctor pulls together members from each of those bands to talk about their songwriting techniques and invites some local musicians along to join the discussion. Also, Steve Cannane for Hack - only 12 percent of people under 25 are a union member. Steve Cannane finds out why and what this means for the future of unions.
Ser2 Ep25: Kisschasy, Hack - cultural healing, Netball Diaries, Regular John, Cut Off Your Hands, Quijibo 3
[LESS INFO] 17 VIEWS | ADDED 10:00:00 08/10/07
10/08/2007: Zan Rowe presents this week's vodcast - week three of Quijibo - featuring: Kisschasy perform 'Opinions Won't Keep You Warm At Night' at the Gaelic Club in Sydney for Home and Hosed; Hack: Steve Cannane finds out about a program aimed at breaking the cycle of inter-generational trauma through providing strong mentors and cultural understanding for young aboriginal youth; Portable Film Festival: Netball Diaries; 60 Second Spotlight with Regular John; Cut Off Your Hands perform 'Is By Bus' by Gaslight Radio for Like A Version.