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The Northern Territory news Sat 6 Nov 2010

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Title

The Northern Territory news Sat 6 Nov 2010

Other title

NT news

Collection

The Northern Territory news; NewspaperNT

Date

2010-11-06

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English

Subject

Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin; Australian newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin

Publisher name

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

Place of publication

Darwin

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application/pdf

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Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

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Nationwide News Pty. Limited

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https://www.legislation.gov.au/Series/C1968A00063

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/225281

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https://hdl.handle.net/10070/681259

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www.ntnews.com.au Saturday, November 6, 2010. NT NEWS. 37 P U B : N T N E W S D A T E : 6 -N O V -2 0 1 0 P A G E : 3 7 C O L O R : C M Y K TRACKS DANCE PRESENTS A luscious cocktail of new works 1013 Nov, 1720 Nov, 7pm / 14 & 21 Nov, 5pm Browns Mart Theatre BOOK NOW 8980 3333 www.darwinentertainment.com.au e r1 9 0 6 0 5 Exhibition dates 13 August 7 November 2010 the peoples choice has been awarded to Nawurapu Wunungmurra Mokuy Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory visit the online gallery www.magnt.nt.gov.au/natsiaa 27 Telstra national Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander art award ntnews.com.au l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l ENTERTAINMENT 105.7 ABC DARWIN SATURDAY: 5.00 Tales from the Tinny 7.00 Breakfast with Richard Margetson 8.00 Saturday AM 8.30 Breakfast cont..incl; Top End Gardener 11.00 Territory Grandstand with Charlie King 12.30 Grandstand 5.00 Territory Sporting Legends Charlie King 5.45 NTFL: Sthn Districts vs St Marys 8.30 Saturday Night Soiree 10.00 Saturday Night Country. SUNDAY: 5.30 Australia All Over 10.00 Sunday Mornings 12.00 Territory Grandstand with Charlie King 12.35 Grandstand One-Day Cricket: Australia vs Sri Lanka 9.00 Sunday Profile with Monica Attard 9.30 Speaking Out with Rhianna Patrick 10.00 Sunday Night Talk. ABC CLASSIC FM FM-107.3 SATURDAY: 6.05 Breaky 9.05 Keys to Music 10.05 Classic 100: Ten Years On 5.05 Jazztrack 7.05 At Home 8.00 In Performance. SUNDAY: 6.05 Breaky 9.05 Classic 100: Ten Years On 12.05 Sunday Afternoon 1.00 After Concert 3.00 Sunday Live 4.00 Song and Dance 5.05 Jazztrack 7.05 Opera in Performance 10.30 For The God Who Sings. ABC NEWSRADIO 102.5FM SATURDAY: 3.30 World Brief 4.00 News Finance Sport 4.30 News Asia Pacific Review 10.00 World This Week 10.30 The World Today 11.00 News 11.30 NPR 12.30 News 1.30 Roll News 2.30 News 3.00 News Arts 3.30 News Business of Business 4.00 Live Drive 4.30 NPR 5.30 Go Digital 6.30 News 8.30 Science in Action. SUNDAY: 4.00 Roll News 4.30 Business 10.00 Live Drive 10.30 World News 11.00 News 11.30 NPR 12.30 News 1.30 News Sport 2.30 A/P Business 3.00 News Science 3.30 News 4.00 World This Week 4.30 NPR 5.30 News 6.30 Health 7.30 Go Digital 8.30 News. Territory FM 104.1 Territory Network SATURDAY: 8.00 Saturday Sports with Webby and Sandy Mac 10.00 Maximum Music Weekend and No Repeats 5.00 Best of Night with Alice Cooper 7.00 Seventies at 7 8.00 Jukebox Saturday Night. SUNDAY: 12.00 A Maximum Music Weekend No Repeats 6.00 Cultural Village. CAAMA 8KIN FM 102.9 SATURDAY: 8.00 Blues with Clarry 12.00 Stan 4.00 Emrhan 8.00 RnB 12.00 Music Mix. SUNDAY: 8.00 Warren H Williams 12.00 Maori Show 4.00 Stan 8.00 John Carroll. 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. RADIO NATIONAL AM 657 SATURDAY: 6.00 Breaky 7.10 Sat AM 7.30 Sat Extra 9.00 By Design 10.00 Music Show 12.00 Science Show 1.00 All In The Mind 2.00 360documentaries 3.00 Poetica 4.00 Elsewhere 5.00 Into the Music 6.00 AWAYE! 7.00 Sat Extra Part (2) 8.00 Music Show. SUNDAY: 6.00 Elsewhere 7.00 Encounter 8.00 Cspondents Report 8.30 Sunday Story 9.00 Bground Briefing 10.00 Artworks 11.00 Artworks Feature 11.30 MovieTime 12.00 Nat Interest 1.00 Sunday Profile 1.30 Rear Vision 2.00 Hindsight 3.00 Airplay 4.00 Music Deli 5.00 Big Ideas 6.00 Spirit of Things 7.00 Garrison Keillors Radio Show 8.00 Artworks feature 8.30 The Night Air. KIK FM 91.5 SATURDAY: 12am Throb Night live. 1am KIKn dance music 3.00 Sat KIK 6.00 KIKn dance music. SUNDAY: Sounds of Summer Dance and Hi NRG. 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 Youth-A Ramma 8.00 Youth Beat. Jimmys barney over the ARIAs Jimmy Barnes SYDNEY: The ARIAs have sold out musicians and are too focused on TV ratings, according to rock legend Jimmy Barnes. The dual Hall of Fame inductee slammed the awards organising body, saying musicians have been pushed aside in a grab for a TV audience. I think theyre trying to make it for TV, which I think is rubbish, he said. It reminds me of Countdown, get all the kids screaming up front ... treat most of the bands like s... up the back. He said presenting genre awards such as Best Country Album, Best Dance Release and Best Childrens Album at a special concert series in front of competition winners this week, instead of on the Sunday night, was insulting to musicians. Thats bulls***, he said. Whether they are kids artists, or country, they all work really hard, theyre all really proud of their achievements. They deserve to be acknowledged by their peers as much as anybody else. He also questioned why international celebrities like Carmen Electra and Modern Familys Eric Stonestreet were presenting at the awards. Whats Modern Family? Its a great TV show, but whats it got to do with Australian music? he said. Kings of Leon are still trying to cope with stardom as they release their latest album Come Around Sundown Price of success By DAVID BAUDER in New York THE Kings of Leon took more than musical cues when they opened a concert tour for U2 a few years back. They learned ambition isnt a dirty word. That lesson is clearly evident on Come Around Sundown, the rock bands first collection of music since the hits Sex on Fire and Use Somebody made them Grammy winners. The album covers palm trees recall the Eagles Hotel California and the music inside is epic and inviting. If the world is looking for a big band from our generation, we at least want to give it a shot, said 28-year-old singer Caleb Followill, one of three brothers and a cousin in the group named for his father. Well put ourselves up there against anyone because were very competitive ... Yeah, well give it a shot. The admission cuts against the grain of an ambivalence towards success that has run strong in the rocknroll world, and the Kings own wrestling with good fortune. The Beatles and Elvis Presley never thought twice about wanting to be big stars. The attitude is different today, perhaps dating to Bruce Springsteens pulling back from his Born in the USA stardom and the suspicion that Pearl Jam and Nirvana felt about popularity. An underground ethos took hold. Most rock artists prefer being part of a subculture and dont make the effort to break through to a wider audience, said Brian Hiatt, senior writer at Rolling Stone magazine. It has kind of messed with fans heads and confused fans about what is acceptable and what is not, he said. The quality of work almost doesnt matter; many fans will simply dump a band when they become popular, he said. For four albums, the Kings of Leon were underground darlings in the US, with more mainstream appeal overseas. Things changed with the Only by the Night album in 2008. It sold north of six million copies. That messed with the bands heads. Followill told Spin magazine they got bigger than they wanted to be. You feel like youve done something wrong, he said. That woman in mum jeans who never let me date her daughter? She likes my music. ... Not cool. There are naysayers about the bands success. But theres no denying theyve produced a fantastic new album. Kings Of Leons Come Around Sundown is in stores now. The Life of the Stone thats never stoppedRolling By GREG KOT LOS ANGELES: Ever wondered whats the longest Keith Richards has stayed awake to pursue a song, drugs, kicks or his next misadventure? Nine days, it turns out. I have been conscious for at least three lifetimes, Richards writes in his fast-paced, pull-no-punches autobiography Life, estimating that he sleeps about twice a week. The Rolling Stones guitarist has built a reputation for indestructibility in those three lifetimes, surviving drug addiction, legal battles, lifethreatening accidents, a parade of unsavoury companions and unstable lovers, and his own reckless nature. Along the way, he co-wrote some of the greatest songs in rock history and created an archetype of cool. No one escapes unscathed in Life, least of all Richards himself, and there is plenty of insight into his fractious relationship with his Stones partner Mick Jagger. Life by Keith Richards and Ja mes Fox, Orion, $49.99.


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