Minds in Tune is all about mental health and music.
Minds in Tune is an Australian radio program about the latest in mental health and music, featuring interviews with leading experts and rising artists. Every week, we cover some of the biggest stories in mental health and music from Australia and the world. Plus, the team dives deep into mental health topics to learn more, and interviews great guests. All this happens while we listen to Australia's favourite tracks and introduce you to new, undiscovered gems you'll want to put on heavy rotation.
New episodes are released Fridays at 7 p.m. AEST on most podcast platforms, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts. For our international listeners, that's 10 p.m. in New Zealand, 9 a.m. in the U.K. and Ireland, 4 a.m. in New York, and 1 a.m. in Los Angeles or Vancouver. Click the image for details.
In 2021, we're cracking open our vault of amazing interviews! Hear the full conversations we had with our guests on the show so far, plus even more interviews that never went to air...
Our best bits from Series One
Here are some of our favourite segments and interviews from our first series of Minds in Tune!
George and Miriam
Talk Body Image
George and our special guest Miriam had a raw and honest conversation about how their views of their body image have been shaped by magazines and the media. Plus, Miriam opens up about how she didn't like her body at a very young age, and her journey to self acceptance.
Jase Talks Their Creative Process and Music Journey
Jase dropped in to chat to Zelig about music and their personal life, ahead of a year they plan to fill with their most ambitious projects yet. In part one of our interview with them, Jase shares what their creative process is like, and how they got their start with music.
The Secrets and Lies
of the NDIS
We conducted a special investigation into the true impacts of the NDIS rollout on people with severe disabilities and their families. Featuring interviews with a disability advocate and a disability law expert, ‘Suffer No More’ brought dark truths to light about the Scheme.