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Were you born in the Seventies? Join us for the sounds of the 70s every Saturday morning. Martin and Venetia will take you to the decade of denim flares, burnt orange kitchen benchtops and the birth of disco and glam rock! Each week we'll have a 70's theme that we'll explore, such as songs from disaster movies, movement anthems, one-hit wonders, daggy duets, funky numbers, and disco tracks that steamed up the dance floor in many an LGBTI venue, to name just a few. The 70s produced some amazing music and we're here to make sure that music is shared and never lost.

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Were you born in the Seventies? Join us for the sounds of the 70s every Saturday morning. Martin and Venetia will take you to the decade of denim flares, burnt orange kitchen benchtops and the birth of disco and glam rock! Each week we'll have a 70's theme that we'll explore, such as songs from disaster movies, movement anthems, one-hit wonders, daggy duets, funky numbers, and disco tracks that steamed up the dance floor in many an LGBTI venue, to name just a few. The 70s produced some amazing music and we're here to make sure that music is shared and never lost.

    Fossicking about in the back pocket

    Fossicking about in the back pocket

    No particular theme to the show this week, instead Marty and Venetia delve into their musical ‘back pockets’ and do a bit of a clear out. Over the course of researching various shows, we come across songs that we really want to play but can’t fit into that week’s playlist for one reason or another. But we keep them on a list, ready to pull them out when we get a chance. This is that chance. Some of these tracks will be familiar, some will be new discoveries, all of them are pure 1970s gold.

    Living in the Seventies is brought to you by JOY 94.9, Australia’s only LGBTIQA+ radio station. Find out more at joy.org.au. And visit our Facebook page at facebook.com/LivingInThe70s. Listeners in Australia can stream the original podcast on the JOY website, or from iTunes or any podcast provider who uses the Apple podcast feed. Listeners outside of Australia can find an adapted podcast on Spotify – search for ‘Living in the 70s podcast’.  We would love it if you could rate us and leave a review so that other people can find us.

    • 55 min
    Daddy issues

    Daddy issues

    Last week Marty and Venetia played songs with mother in the title, so of course this week it’s Daddy’s turn to be featured. 1970s Daddies could be sexy, stern, scary, or cool and they certainly didn’t take no mess. Turns out many any of our favorite Seventies acts had some daddy issues. Luckily they  they shared with us in song, and we can now share with you.

    Living in the Seventies is brought to you by JOY 94.9, Australia’s only LGBTIQA+ radio station. Find out more at joy.org.au. And visit our Facebook page at facebook.com/LivingInThe70s. Listeners in Australia can stream the original podcast on the JOY website, or from iTunes or any podcast provider who uses the Apple podcast feed. Listeners outside of Australia can find an adapted podcast on Spotify – search for ‘Living in the 70s podcast’.  We would love it if you could rate us and leave a review so that other people can find us.

    • 55 min
    Hey lawdy mama!

    Hey lawdy mama!

    This week Marty and Venetia explore songs from the 1970s with mother or mama in the title. Not necessarily songs for mothers, they just need to reference a mama. Some mamas boogie, some mothers don’t dance, and some mothers don’t know, and wouldn’t like it if they did! Whatever the mama, it all makes for a great mix of Seventies classics (but maybe not for mother’s day).

    Living in the Seventies is brought to you by JOY 94.9, Australia’s only LGBTIQA+ radio station. Find out more at joy.org.au. And visit our Facebook page at facebook.com/LivingInThe70s. Listeners in Australia can stream the original podcast on the JOY website, or from iTunes or any podcast provider who uses the Apple podcast feed. Listeners outside of Australia can find an adapted podcast on Spotify – search for ‘Living in the 70s podcast’.  We would love it if you could rate us and leave a review so that other people can find us.

    • 54 min
    It’s the luuuurve show

    It’s the luuuurve show

    Hey all you Seventies lovers – it’s almost Valentines Day. So this week Marty and Venetia have selected a sample of songs from the 1970s with the word love in the title. They aren’t all love songs – in fact some are downright anti-love – but they all relate to that intense human emotion in one way or another. Peter Frampton loves your way, Queen are looking for somebody to love, and Chaka Khan just went through a bad break up and wants to tell us all about it, to name just a few of the love experiences we share with you this week. So whether you’re single, loved up or emotionally bruised, this Valentine’s Day we have you covered.

    Living in the Seventies is brought to you by JOY 94.9, Australia’s only LGBTIQA+ radio station. Find out more at joy.org.au. And visit our Facebook page at facebook.com/LivingInThe70s. Listeners in Australia can stream the original podcast on the JOY website, or from iTunes or any podcast provider who uses the Apple podcast feed. Listeners outside of Australia can find an adapted podcast on Spotify – search for ‘Living in the 70s podcast’.  We would love it if you could rate us and leave a review so that other people can find us.

    • 55 min
    Everything Wet

    Everything Wet

    As we know, Marty is always in search of a good theme around which to organise our playlist. The Seventies was a big decade for music, after all, so it helps to have some guiding theme, however obscure. It so happens that February 2nd is World Wetlands Day. And while we couldn’t find any songs actually about wetlands, there are plenty of great 70s tracks that feature rain, rivers, tears and water of one sort or another. So welcome to our Wet show! This week we feature moisture in it’s many forms – Barbra takes a bath, CHIC makes you cry and Deep Purple watch some smoke on the water, to name a few.

    Of course, none of these activities would be possible without a clean water supply, and here at Living in the 70s we support the preservation of healthy wetlands around the world. For more information on wetlands and how you can help to preserve them visit Wetlands Australia and the World Wetlands Day site.

    Living in the Seventies is brought to you by JOY 94.9, Australia’s only LGBTIQA+ radio station. Find out more at www.joy.org.au. And visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/LivingInThe70s. Listeners in Australia can stream the original podcast on the JOY website, or from iTunes or any podcast provider who uses the Apple podcast feed. Listeners outside of Australia can find an adapted podcast on Spotify.  We would love it if you could rate us and leave a review so that other people can find us.

    • 55 min
    Trouble, protest and change

    Trouble, protest and change

    2021 definitely had a troubling start and there’s certainly been a lot of change experienced around the world in the last year. So this week we thought we would reflect this by highlighting songs from the 1970s about trouble, politics, and protest. Songs can be a great vehicle for highlighting an issue, expressing political discontent or calling for change. The Seventies was a turbulent decade, and many of it’s songs reflect the political concerns of the day. This week we’re highlighting songs with a message, many of which are still relevant. So grab your placards, put on your marching boots and join us in getting political.

    Living in the Seventies is brought to you by JOY 94.9, Australia’s only LGBTIQA+ radio station. Find out more at www.joy.org.au. And visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/LivingInThe70s. Listeners in Australia can stream the original podcast on the JOY website, or from iTunes or any podcast provider who uses the Apple podcast feed. Listeners outside of Australia can find an adapted podcast on Spotify.  We would love it if you could rate us and leave a review so that other people can find us.

    • 54 min

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