This week we talked about secret recipes – those hidden little secrets some people indulge in, whether they be for food, success, or maybe even a really good personal vice. We also had the smell of something special wafting through the studio as this week’s presenter, Jesse Cox, was cooked up surprise dish.
This week we head out of our comfort zone and leave all we know behind: we’re left stranded in a foreign country, taken underground to Sydney’s old rave scene, walk inside the walls of the Christmas Island detention centre, and we hear about a preacher who walks into the local bar and orders nothing but milk.
Have you ever been lying in bed and a song comes on about the time right at that moment? Maybe M. Ward’s ‘4 Hours in Washington’? “It’s one in the morning and I can’t sleep…” or as you glance at the giant clock on the train platform you remember Tom Waits, “My baby’s leaving town on the 2:19” This morning, we are interested in the hours and minutes that make up a day – 24 hours to be exact. This episode of ATB takes a trip through 24 hours with songs and stories.