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Latest in Japanese radio

Latest in Japanese Radio

Jumps Jockey Kosuke Kawakami

Interview with the first Japanese Jumps Jockey Kosuke Kawakami. Broadcast on 30 April 2015  

JAPAN FESTIVAL

2015 Japan Festival in Box Hill. This annual event is one of the major community activities in Melbourne. Broadcast on 19 May 2015.

Satsuki Odamura and her koto music

Satsuki Odamura explores a contemporary music horizon of the traditional Japanese instrument, the koto, with the collaboration of Australian composers and artists...
The photograph and Australia exhibition being held at the Art Gallery NSW helps us understand Australia as a place and Australians as a people. 28/04/2015

Soprano Hiromi Omura

Japanese soprano, Ms Hiromi Omura played Cio-Cio-San in Opera Australia's Melbourne Production, Madama Butterfly this year. Broadcast on 14 May 2015
Magic of story time

National Simultaneous Storytime brings the magic of story time to more Australian’s than ever before.

40 Years of SBS Radio

Think you know the 80s? SBS Radio is celebrating 40 years of broadcasting to Australia.  Click here to explore the biggest stories past 40 years, and test your knowledge with our 80s quiz.

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