20 episodes

Be prepared to take a conversational ‘deep dive’ with host Sean Sennett on Time To Talk. The series features long form interviews with musicians, artists, authors, leaders, thinkers, actors, film makers and sports people. Sony Music’s Time To Talk takes the listener into the heart of the subject’s life and work. Settle back, relax and listen in as some of the most interesting and influential figures in our culture share their stories.

Sony Music Presents: Time to Talk with Sean Sennett Sean Sennett

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    • 3.3 • 3 Ratings

Be prepared to take a conversational ‘deep dive’ with host Sean Sennett on Time To Talk. The series features long form interviews with musicians, artists, authors, leaders, thinkers, actors, film makers and sports people. Sony Music’s Time To Talk takes the listener into the heart of the subject’s life and work. Settle back, relax and listen in as some of the most interesting and influential figures in our culture share their stories.

    John Schumann

    John Schumann

    Singer/songwriter John Schumann takes us on a journey into the writing of ‘I Was Only 19’ on this special episode of Time To Talk.  John explains what motivated him to write this first person account of an Australian soldier’s experience in the Vietnam War.  He also explains where Redgum, as a band, were at, at the time of recording, as well as his troubled relationship with pop music tastemakers Countdown.  Join us as Schumann recounts writing one of the most significant and impactful songs in Australia’s social history.
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    • 14 min
    Johnathan Thurston

    Johnathan Thurston

    This week’s special guest on Time To Talk is Rugby League immortal, Johnathan Thurston.  Chatting to Sean Sennett, JT discusses his life in and out of football.  Going way back, Thurston takes us from his early days right through to the end of his playing career.  He discusses what it takes to play State of Origin football, his cultural obligations as a First Nation’s man in 2021 and his work with the JT Academy.  And … the way he describes kicking a football is pure poetry.
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    • 52 min
    Alice Cooper

    Alice Cooper

    Alice Cooper is our very special guest on Time To Talk this week.  To coincide with the release of his new album Detroit Stories, Alice talks to Sean Sennett about recording the album.  He discusses covering the Velvet Underground and the MC5 as well as the originals that make up the record.  Alice chats about teaming up with his old buddy, producer Bob Ezrin.  Along the way you’ll hear anecdotes about everyone from Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley to Eddie Van Halen and Glen Campbell.
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    • 33 min
    Dennis Lillee

    Dennis Lillee

    Dennis Lillee is widely lauded as the greatest fast bowler of his generation, if not of all time.  The cricketer joins Sean Sennett on this week’s episode of Time To Talk to discuss his career.  A wide ranging discussion, the conversation takes us from Dennis playing Club Cricket in Perth through to the halcyon days of World Series Cricket and beyond.  Dennis is also a massive music fan, so sit back as the former-paceman talks about everything from dislodging Geoff Boycott’s cap to the Rolling Stones and more.
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    • 1 hr 4 min
    Troy Cassar-Daley: Part 2

    Troy Cassar-Daley: Part 2

    Very special guest Troy Cassar-Daley joins our host Sean Sennett on this week’s edition of Time To Talk. Troy returns to the show to discuss his new album, The World Today. For the album Troy wrote songs with the likes of Don Walker, Paul Kelly, Ian Moss and Kevin Bennett. He discusses not only his writing and recording process, but also - as a First Nation’s man - his relationship to country.
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    • 49 min
    Pete Murray

    Pete Murray

    Pete Murray joins Sean Sennett on this week’s episode of Time To Talk.  The acclaimed singer songwriter takes us into the studio where he recorded his latest EP, The Night.  Going way back, Pete talks about how a football injury and a chance suggestion of a guitar lesson, while he was in recovery, led him to where he is today. Fast forward to 2020 and Pete discusses his songwriting process, the music industry as it stands today and he lets us in on just who his most famous fans might be.
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    • 36 min

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