Check out all the information about previous Sixties Sojourn shows. Note: These are programs that aired on 3KND and are not available for download. Note that those predating our first podcast are unfortunately not available online.
We round out our countdown of all 30+ songs from the sixties included in the Billboard 100 Greatest Girl Group Songs of all Time.
Part one of our countdown of all 33 songs from the sixties featured in the 100 Greatest Girl Group Songs of All Time.
Bringing you some more of the best of the 60s. A great show that features background information that sheds light on some of the decade’s most brilliant music.
Our first podcast, setting the stage for your regular dose of sixties music with backgrounders, histories, requests and profiles.
As we try to make sense of the growing threat that is coronavirus and the new Stage 4 restrictions, it’s all about lifting our spirits with a show featuring Charles’ personal favourites of the sixties.
A bonanza of love songs, with sixty love songs from sixty different artists from the 1960s. A show for everyone and anyone.
Celebrating some birthdays of stars of the sixties and, after numerous email requests, we devote a session to just some of the Ladies of the Sixties.
With a long overdue In Profile segment featuring Barry Mann and Cynthia Weill, this week’s show mixes classic, R&B, pop, rock and even a tinge of country (cross over).
An In Profile of sixties songwriting powerhouse Jimmy Webb along with birthday celebrations for some of the greatest influencers of the sixties music scene.
With a return to our normal programs, we launch a new segment, playing all the #1 hits for today throughout the sixties.
Finally, we’re at the end – part four – of our countdown of all 196 songs from the sixties in the Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs of all Time.
With part three of the countdown, we’re really getting in to some of the major heavy hitters of the 60s.
The second part of our countdown of all 196 sixties songs included in the Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs of all Time
Part one of our biggest countdown yet – the greatest songs from the sixties, according to Rolling Stone.
One of the best top 60 charts we could possibly hope to pull from the 1960s, it’s the top selling sixty singles from the UK’s end of year charts.
Today’s show features a countdown of the top 60 from 1968’s US Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. An incredible set of tracks from a mindblowing number of genres.
Pushing on with the sixty songs from sixty Australian artists from the sixties theme we started last week our show on the 10th of May 2020 focused in on the British Invasion of 1963-67.
Attempting something we’ve never done before – 60 songs, 60 different artist, from the 60s, and all Australian. This is really the start of something big on Sixties Sojourn.
As we get back into the production groove of Sixties Sojourn, we re-introduce This Week in the World of Sixties Music. We’re also replaying the Holland-Dozier-Holland In Profile.
With a listener (Raoul)-requested In Profile of The Who, this week’s show features some more of the absolute best – and even obscure – music from the sixties. Rock on!
At last, featuring a Sixties Sojourn In Profile of the talented singer-songwriter Laura Nyro, and a look back at the week of 24-30 June in the world of sixties music.
Featuring our In Profile of Motown’s Holland-Dozier-Holland, and introducing our new segment of the Sixties Sojourn randomly picked Top 5.
A 100% British music from the sixties show, with an extended In Profile of The Kinks, and many of the acts that formed the phenomenon that was The British Invasion.
A definite Australian theme for today, with the Easybeats In Profile and five great local acts filling up all the Doubleheader spots.
A huge show, with Petula Clark in Profile, a fabulous week in This Week in the World of Sixties Music and, Charle’s Pick of the Week – It Isn’t Nice by Barbara Dane.
Featuring an In Profile of Ray Brown and The Whispers, some outstanding requests from you guys and gals, and so many songs that were just mindblowingly good, the 26th of May was definitely one of our best shows.
Doris Day featured strongly in this show, with five of her sixties songs marking her passing this week. In Profile featured the brilliance of Burt Bacharach and Hal David. So much more!!!