Watch an informal conversation between Molly Meldrum and Myf Warhurst on music, life and 'Countdown', 30 years after the last episide screened.
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Watch Triple R broadcasters argue for and against the provocative premise that there's nothing new under the sun.
Watch musician Paul Grabowsky AO as he delivers the 2016 Stephen Murray-Smith Memorial Lecture on the role of the creative arts in Australia.
French graphic design artists Antoine + Manuel introduce their White Night 2015 projection Eat me, featuring music by Sui Zhen.
Enjoy a performance from the songbook of S M Tagore, performed by an ensemble of renowned Indian and Western musicians.
Explore the Library’s diverse range of vinyl records, posters, comics and other weird pop culture items.