Management: From Nirvana to Moulin Rouge, Janet Billig Rich

Management: From Nirvana to Moulin Rouge, Janet Billig Rich

Beatie Wolfe interviews Janet Billig Rich (former Nirvana / The Smashing Pumpkins / Hole manager & Rock of Ages / Moulin Rouge Theatre Producer) about the music industry, past and present, and how she went from selling t-shirts for Sonic Youth and REM, age 16, to managing her favourite bands to becoming the youngest snr exec at Atlantic Records.

Art: Grammy/Tony winning songwriter Allee Willis

Art: Grammy/Tony winning songwriter Allee Willis

Beatie Wolfe interviews Grammy winning songwriter Allee Willis about penning some of the world's greatest songs, including "September" and “Boogie Wonderland” by Earth Wind & Fire, and how she ended up on Russia's most wanted list.

Words: Legendary Music Editor Craig Marks

Words: Legendary Music Editor Craig Marks

Beatie Wolfe interviews current LA Times Music Editor and former top Editor at Billboard/Spin/Blender Craig Marks about being at the helm of Spin for the rise of Nirvana and the importance of meaningful music journalism & curation in this age of metrics.

Film: LA’s Indie Director Ross Harris

Film: LA’s Indie Director Ross Harris

Beatie Wolfe interview Ross Harris AKA "rossangeles" (Stones Throw/Elliott Smith filmmaker) about capturing the west coast music scene, some of its unlikely heroes, and the art of storytelling.

Space: Nobel Laureate Dr Robert Wilson

Space: Nobel Laureate Dr Robert Wilson

Beatie Wolfe interviews Nobel Laureate Dr Robert Wilson about capturing the sound at the birth of our universe (Cosmic Microwave Background) via the Holmdel Horn Antenna and proving the validity of the "Big Bang" theory.

Health: Austrian sound inventor Walter Werzowa

Health: Austrian sound inventor Walter Werzowa

Beatie Wolfe interviews Austrian sound inventor (of the ubiquitous Intel bong), film composer and HealthTunes founder Walter Werzowa about the power of music to heal, connect and restore, from dementia to depression.

Activism: Emmy winning writer/producer Donick Cary

Activism: Emmy winning writer/producer Donick Cary

Activism: Beatie Wolfe interviews Emmy winning writer/producer Donick Cary (Letterman, The Simpsons, Parks & Recreation, Silicon Valley) about the role music has played throughout his life and how that led to him founding his charity Musack with its mission of giving kids and teens a voice through music.

Launch: Musical weirdo & visionary Beatie Wolfe

Launch: Musical weirdo & visionary Beatie Wolfe

dublab’s Ale interviews Beatie Wolfe about pioneering new formats for music from Space Beams to Anti-streams and her groundbreaking music and dementia study and sets out what to expect across the radio show when Beatie takes the chair.