Mon 10 Mar 2014

This month sees a couple of new shows join the PBS program schedule, and a couple of others move to new homes.

Mitch Booth’s extreme metal program ‘Through the Collapse’ moves to Thursdays at midnight providing a solid 4-hour block of metal following ‘Screaming Symphony’. Stepping into Tuesdays at midnight is Josh Hodson-Smith’s global psychedelic program ‘Peeking Through the Wool’.

We welcome Peter Bramley and Izabel Caligiore to our 2am roster. Peter’s ‘Club It To Death’ will go to air at 2am on alternate Wednesdays and will feature Australian and New Zealand indie-rock, alt-pop, punk and post-punk while Izabel’s ‘Lullabies for Insomniacs’ will present leftfield electronic music fortnightly on Saturday mornings from 2.

On Sunday mornings PBS welcomes back an old friend. After innumerable fill-ins in recent years ‘Rockin’ Ron Dickinson takes you on a ‘Magic Carpet Ride’ between 6am and 9am with an eclectic musical travelogue across genres and time.

New things, familiar things, always good things on PBS.