#033 Regenerating Society Soundtrack 2018

The music chosen by our guests with highlights from 2018


We’re signing off for the year with this podcast of highlights and music as chosen by our wonderful array of guests throughout 2018. It’s the year’s Regenerating Society Soundtrack! With thanks for tuning in, continuing to share and rate the podcast, and of course for donating and supporting its production. It couldn’t happen without you.

Anthony producing podcast #016 Grassroots Revolution, at Wooleen Station in Western Australia. Pic: Olivia Cheng.

Anthony producing podcast #016 Grassroots Revolution, at Wooleen Station in Western Australia. Pic: Olivia Cheng.

Thank you for your correspondence, sharing, rating, donating and other support for the podcast throughout the year. It’s been an extremely rich experience for me, and I hope for you, with plenty to build on. I hope to share your company again next year – exploring more of the projects, insights and growing potential, for us all to regenerate the systems and stories we live by.
— Anthony James

Thanks also for getting in touch throughout the year to tell us how much you’ve valued the podcast, and what you’d like to hear in future. It’s been great to see our listener numbers spike this year, and even more fulfilling to hear how the stories are landing and what the podcast means to you. Thank you very much!

You’ll see the track list for our 2018 Soundtrack below. Have a wonderful festive season and we hope to join you again for a regenerative new year.

  1. 2018 Program Theme, featuring Let Them Know, by Public Opinion Afro Orchestra (& a range of guests from 2017)

  2. Paul Hawken (from podcast #013, with backing music Gone Clear, by William Tyler)

  3. Mahler’s Symphony #3, the Resurrection (Paul’s choice of music, from podcast #014)

  4. Frances Jones & David Pollock from Wooleen Station (from podcast #016, recorded live in Melbourne)

  5. Tim Winton (from podcast #017, with backing ocean sounds at Ningaloo Reef)

  6. Jessica, by The Allmann Brothers Band (Tim’s choice)

  7. Denise Fitch (from podcast #018)

  8. Big Blue Overture, by Eric Serra (Denise’s choice)

  9. Evan Pensini (from podcast #019)

  10. Hotel California, by The Eagles (Evan’s choice)

  11. Mary Crooks (from podcast #020)

  12. Dr Anne Poelina (from podcast #021)

  13. Song for the Mardoowarra, by Gwen Knox in collaboration with Anne Poelina, played by Mick Stevens, and sung by the Broome Primary School Choir (Anne’s choice)

  14. Martin Pritchard (from podcast #022)

  15. Rain Dancing, by the Pigram Brothers (Martin’s choice)

  16. Richard Heinberg (from podcast #023) 

  17. Frank Fisher (from podcast #024, with backing music Bach’s Prélude No. 1 en Ut Majeur, BWV 846, interpreted by Jacques Loussier & the band)

  18. Chris Henggeler (from podcast #025)

  19. Into White, by Cat Stevens (Chris’s choice) 

  20. Jacqueline Henggeler (from podcast #025 Extra 1)

  21. Barcarolle ‘Tales of Hoffman’, by Jacques Offenbach, from the soundtrack of Life is Beautiful (Jacqueline’s choice)

  22. Dr Mary Graham (from podcast #026)

  23. Moira Lanzarin (from podcast #027, with backing music 11th Commandment, by Ben Harper & the Blind Boys of Alabama)

  24. I Am Australian, by The Seekers, performed live at the Melbourne Concert Hall (Moira’s choice)

  25. Emma-Kate Rose (from podcast #028) 

  26. Spirit, by The Waterboys (Rob Pekin & Emma-Kate’s choice)

  27. Katherine Trebeck (from podcast #029, with backing music Tin Legs & Tin Mines, by Midnight Oil)

  28. Beds are Burning, by Midnight Oil (Katherine’s choice)

  29. Damon Gameau (from podcast #030, with backing music Where It’s At, by Beck)

  30. Ship of Fools, by World Party (Damon’s choice)

  31. Hugh Mackay (from podcast #031)

  32. Bluebird, composed by Charles Villiers Stanford, performed by Choir of New College, Oxford (Hugh’s choice)

  33. Charles Massy (from podcast #032)

  34. Orchestral Suite No.3 in D Major, Air, by JS Bach, performed here by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (Charles’ choice)

  35. Sounds of Severn Park (Charles’ farm)

  36. Back home by the Indian Ocean

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