Fri 11 Mar 2016

We’ve just said our farewells to John Carver and Evan Carr who have each decided to wind up their programs after more than 35 years of combined service to PBS. These departures have created opportunities for some really exciting changes to the PBS program schedule.

At 8pm on Sundays we welcome back Gerry Koster and ‘Dizzy Atmosphere’, focusing on contemporary jazz and improvised music from around the world. From 10pm Ian Parsons will present ‘The Sound Barrier’, our weekly exploration of avant-garde and contemporary new music. Completing our new Sunday night roster Michael O’Shea covers the breadth of experimental music with ‘Tales From The Other Side’ from midnight to 2am (Monday morning).

Earlier in the week Madi Wright takes our local indie show ‘Be Suburban’ into a weekly spot every Wednesday at midnight and we welcome two brand new shows to PBS.

On alternate Mondays between 2am and 6am Kit B presents ‘Subterranean Chill’ for a laid-back start to the week, while fortnightly on Thursdays between 2am and 6am it’s a mix of shoegaze, post-rock, psych and doom with Claire Dickson on ‘Circling the Sun’.

Check out our new shows on FM or digital radio, streaming on your computer or smart-phone, or perhaps listen back via our radio-on-demand service if you can’t tune in live. All the info you need can be found at