Glen Iris Golf Estate residents have grave concerns about the value of their properties and the future of the golf course after a new owner has taken over the estate. Gareth Parker speaks to Jandakot Residents and Ratepayers Association president Leanne Chaproniere and Acumen Development Solutions principal Jarrod Rendell who is the project manager for Glen Iris Estate.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Western Bulldogs legend, Luke Darcy brings you the latest from inside the Glen Iris Gladiators football club. There's no shortage of talent on our very first edition with Darce speaking to President, Andrew Chambers. Club legend Jan Gnatt, member of the girls side Pish Myers plus potential AFL draftee Billy Bryan. There's also much more on the agenda in our inaugural episode!
BnB 13: The Pedialyte Queen of Glen Iris (w/ Chris Ivey)
Beers and Broads
We're right back in the saddle on our way to the saloon with our comedian friends Chris Ivey and Daniel Sheffield to cut the shite and drunkenly fight in good faith. Many laughs are laughed and boos and booed and there's more than a splash of booyakasha in the mix. Keep up with Chris Ivey on Facebook and help support the Birmingham comedy scene if that's your people. https://www.facebook.com/goulashcomedy/This week's music is "You May Be" by Washington D.C.'s Loi Loi from the album VIVA LA VULVA. They recently released the video for this song, which is available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ugTF-Skn40https://loiloi.bandcamp.com/releases
The origin of Glen Iris can be traced to the symbiotic relationship between poet and singer Debbie Miller and musician Steve Marr. Miller's carefully penned poems longed for music to inhabit and Marr's songs and melodies lacked lyrics to help them fly. When they met in 2007, they quickly discovered that their combined talents formed a cohesive whole. The duo worked up a pile of songs and played them at any venue that would have them - shaking out the lineup of accompanying players that would eventually become the six-piece band on their self-titled debut album. Glen Iris' sound is an enthusiastic take on modern pop that is replete with singalong melodies and inventive arranging.