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The Northern Territory news Sat 26 Nov 2016



The Northern Territory news Sat 26 Nov 2016

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34 ENTERTAINMENT SATURDAY NOVEMBER 26 2016 NTNE01Z01MA - V1 Sex Pistols rock band singer Johnny Rotten belts out a tune. He has criticised the decision to burn a collection of the bands memorabilia Sex Pistols collection will burn LONDON: The son of Sex Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren says hes going to set fire to millions of dollars of punk memorabilia today, as a protest against the musical scenes appropriation by the mainstream. Joe Corre said he would burn Sex Pistols records, clothing and other ephemera on the 40th anniversary of the release of the bands debut single Anarchy in the UK. Ive been wondering for a long time what to do with it all and I think this is the right opportunity to say You know what, punk is dead. Stop conning a younger generation that it somehow has any currency to deal with the issues that they face, he said on Thursday. Britain has organised a series of events to mark 40 years of punk under the banner Punk.London an official celebration that has angered many veterans of the anti-establishment musical and cultural explosion. The collection, which includes rare recordings, posters and clothes sewn by his mother, designer Vivienne Westwood, is valued between STG5 million and 10 million ($A8.42 million-$A16.9 million). Sex Pistols lead singer, John Lydon, also known as Johnny Rotten, has criticised Corre, telling British media he should sell the memorabilia and donate the funds to charity. 105.7 ABC DARWIN SATURDAY: 7.10 Breakfast with Maree Yoelu 8.00 AM 8.30 Breakfast continues 11.05 Territory Grandstand 12.35 Cricket 3rd Test 10.05 Saturday Night Country with Felicity Urquhart. SUNDAY: 5.30 Australia All Over 9.59 Sunday Mornings with Maree Yoelu 12.05 Territory Grandstand 12.35 Cricket 3rd Test 10.05 Sunday Night Talk with John Cleary. ABC CLASSIC FM FM-107.3 SATURDAY: 6.00 Breaky 9.00 Saturday Morning 12.00 Music Makers 1.00 Afternoon Concert 4.00 The Opera Show 5.00 Screen Sounds 7.00 Concert. SUNDAY: 6.00 Breaky 9.00 Sunday Morning 12.00 Keys to Music 1.00 Afternoon Concert 5.00 Sunday Recital 7.00 Sunday Opera. Territory FM 104.1Territory Network SATURDAY: 9.00 Sports Saturday with David White 12.00 Maximum Music No Repeats 6.00 Best of Alice Cooper 9.00 Saturday Night Rock with Lisa Sennett 11.00 Radio Cocktail with Hoops. SUNDAY: 6.00 Sunday Breakfast 9.00 Acoustic Storm 12.00 Maximum Music No Repeats 6.00 Cultural Village World Music. CAAMA 8KIN FM 102.9 SATURDAY: 8.00 Totally Fresh 12.00 Reggae Rebels with Steve 4.00 Easy Listening 8.00 Party Mix 12.00 Overnight Sounds. SUNDAY: 8.00 Country with Pam 12.00 Mixed Up Beats 4.00 AFLCA Footy 6.00 Feel Good Sunday 8.00 Green Bush 12.00 Overnight Sounds. RHEMA FM 97.7 SATURDAY: 8.00 Sat Morning Music 3.00 20 Cdown Mag 7.00 Reality Zone 10.00 Fresh. SUNDAY: 6.30 Amazing Grace 7.00 Heart & Soul 9.00. Church Service 12.00 Sun Sounds 3.00 Women of Hope 5.00 Face to Face 7.00 Bthrough Gen 9.00 Paul Gray. KIK FM 91.5 SATURDAY: 12am Throb Night live. 1am KIKn dance m6.00 Blueprint for living 7.00 Correspondents Report 8.00 Background Briefing 10.00 Between The Lines 12.00 Boyer Lectures 1.00 Earshot 3.00 Radiotonic 6.00 Spirit of Things 7.00 This American Life 8.00 Soundproof.usic 3.00 Sat KIK 6.00 KIKn dance music. CHINESE-MANDARIN FM 91.5 SUNDAY: Noon-1pm. MIX 104.9 FM SATURDAY: 7.00 Better Homes and Gardens 9.00 Music 4.00 Cover to Cover 6.00 Retro Party. SUNDAY: 9.00 Music 3.00 Time Warp Special 4.00 My Generation 6.00 Rick Dees. HOT 100 SATURDAY: 6.00 Music 2.00 Hot Hits 6.00 Urban Chart Hits 8.00 Hot Sessions. SUNDAY: 6.00 Music 2.00 Take 40 Australia 6.00 American Take 40 10.00 Planet Rock. RADIO LARRAKIA 94.5FM SATURDAY: 5.00 8KIN 10.00 Sentimental Journey 12.00 Local Music 2.30 Blues & Roots 6.30 NIRS Footy 10.00 Blue Thunda. SUNDAY: 8.00 Gospel 12.00 Everything Palmerston 3.30 CAAMA Footy 6.45 YouthA-Ramma 8.00 Youth Beat. Du Bois finds his latest work close to his heart SYDNEY: DIY expert and TV host Barry Du Bois took on a renovation project for The Living Rooms Christmas special thats become close to his heart. This year, Du Bois, pictured, renovated Hummingbird House, Queenslands only childrens hospice. Its a special one for me, theres no doubt about that, Du Bois said. When I first heard about Hummingbird House, I found it quite daunting Ive got four-year-old twins and just the thought of anything to do with children passing away is pretty horrific. But I learnt pretty quickly that it was going to be an amazing story and the people behind it, Gabrielle and Paul Quilliam, are amazing people. As Du Bois created something special for the house, including an impressive sensory wall for the children to explore, it gave him a new appreciation for how powerful architecture could be. They wanted it to be a home away from home, he said. There are something like 3700 children in Queensland with life-threatening situations so for many of them this is going to be a long way from their home. We wanted to make this place as special as possible so they could have real wholesome, holistic memories there. Du Bois said, the Network Ten show, which screened last night, had a special feel. The thing about our show I really think is you get to hang out with a bunch of people who seem to really like each other, and we do, Du Bois said. It makes you forget about the harshness of the week and you can sort of just wind into the weekend. As Du Bois prepares to celebrate Christmas in his own living room, he says hes grateful for everything. Five years ago, Du Bois was diagnosed with plasmacytoma myeloma, a cancer of the immune system, which he continues to fight with radiation and medication. But he remains extremely positive. My life is fantastic, he said. I know a lot of people say because Ive had cancer its been a tough battle, but I like to think that your life is the sum of everyday added up and I think Ive got the best number there is so Im as happy as Larry.