Calling all music-lovers!
November marks Ausmusic Month, and the ABC has got a line-up of live acts, interviews and talk shows to satisfy both your interests and your ear drums.
If it’s a good show you’re after, look no further than the Countdown Live Concert.
Featuring Aussie artists including Jimmy Barnes, Phil Jamieson, Marcia Hines and more, this two-hour performance is a great watch.
Beyond that, there’s an exploration of the science behind music with triple j’s Linda Marigliano as well as a peek through a window into the life of musician Eddie Perfect through his one-hour stand-up special. Wears Prada meets Mean Girls, doesn’t it?
Well the drama and high-flying glamour are certainly similar, and so is the hype around this new series. The Bold Type follows the outrageous lives of Jane, Kat and Sutton, who all live in New York and have worked their way up from the bottom rung to the top at the magazine Scarlet.
From flings to fashion to fierce friendship, the first two seasons of this series drop on Stan this month. reality out of your TV bingeing and put Bride and Prejudice on hold for a moment, there’s a little-known series that has just dropped on seven that’s reminiscent of a comedy classic.
Season one of God Friended Me dropped earlier this month and its premise is piquing the interest of many viewers, possibly because it reminds them of Bruce Almighty.
But instead of a news broadcaster who receives God’s powers, the main character of this series is an atheist podcaster who, you guessed it, gets a friend request from “God” and becomes an unwitting agent of change.
Brandon Michael Hall on God Friended Me.