Alison Wonderland, Judith Lucy, Flint Eastwood join triple j and Double J for Girls To The Front | radioinfo

Alison Wonderland, Judith Lucy, Flint Eastwood join triple j and Double J for Girls To The Front

Monday 04 March, 2019

This Friday 8 March is International Women’s Day and across triple j, Double J and triple j Unearthed, the stations will be celebrating the achievements of all women by playing music made by women and curated by women all day long.

At the helm more than 20 powerhouse ladies presenting programs, interviewing guests and sharing their stories, and joining in for the day are guests like Alison Wonderland, Judith Lucy and Flint Eastwood.

On triple j the line-up includes hosts Sally & Erica with Alice Matthews on Breakfast, Linda Marigliano on Mornings, Lucy Smith on Lunch, Veronica & Friends including Odette, Jess Perkins and more on Drive, Jo Lauder on Hack, Bridget Hustwaite on Good Nights and finally Alison Wonderland is taking over the studio from 10pm with Friday Night Wonderland.
triple j’s Assistant Music Director Gemma Pike and Music Researcher/Producer Karla Ranby will be programming music by female-identifying artists throughout the day including a Like A Version from Flint Eastwood.
triple j Hack’s Ange McCormack will also be analysing the status of women in the music industry with her annual Women in Music report, now in its fourth year.
On Double J Mornings, Zan Rowe will kick off Double J’s Girls To The Front programming with a very special Take 5 with Christine and the Queens, then Kate Ceberano and Kaiit are In Conversation, sharing their experiences of life and the music industry and their favourite tunes, before ex-triple j Ladies Lounge presenter Judith Lucy takes over for Liquid Lunch, Karen Leng transforms party music show The Funhouse into The Femmehouse and Okenyo guest presents Double J’s hip hop, soul & groove show Sky High.

Double J’s music will be curated by the station’s Music Director Dorothy Markek.
From 1pm triple j Unearthed will be broadcasting live sets from all Aussie, all female-identifying artists as part of their “Dream Festival” – an imaginary festival featuring triple j Unearthed’s ultimate line-up of new and old favourites from across the years.

The fest will be hosted on air by triple j Unearthed’s Celline Narinli and Claire Mooney, and The Hook Up’s Nat Tencic and music on the station across the day will be programmed by Music Producer Claire Mooney.




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