Post Tagged with: "Television"

New listening in Arts : Autumn selections

New listening in Arts : Autumn selections

April 16, 2019

classical music, Film, Music, Musicals, Performing Arts, Popular music, Rare Books & Arts, Television:

New arrivals include this Autumn selection of popular, jazz, musical theatre, classical and film music on CD. Most are currently showcased on our wonderful listening posts in the Arts Reading… Read More ›

New Sights & Sounds : Aida, Autumn, Peter, Puccini, & much more.

New Sights & Sounds : Aida, Autumn, Peter, Puccini, & much more.

April 1, 2016

Film, Music, Rare Books & Arts:

Some great new audio and video arrivals in Arts include latest releases in opera, pop, rock, classical music and film soundtracks.

New DVDs: Reef, Seashore, Shrek & Vali.

New DVDs: Reef, Seashore, Shrek & Vali.

August 23, 2014

Dance, Music, Musicals, Painting, Performing Arts, Popular music, Rare Books & Arts, Television, Visual arts:

New DVDs arriving into the collection include the following releases in rock, popular and classical music, opera, dance, musical theatre, televison variety and visual arts. Gene Kelly : anatomy of a… Read More ›

Listening post sounds: Rocky, Bee Gees, Blondes & more.

Listening post sounds: Rocky, Bee Gees, Blondes & more.

April 10, 2013

Music, Musicals, Popular music, Rare Books & Arts, Television:

Some recent CD arrivals feature on the Listening Posts in Arts.  They include latest releases in musical theatre, popular and rock music. The online catalogue indicates which Listening Post the… Read More ›

Double Bill Screening: Peter Churcher & Graham Kennedy

Double Bill Screening: Peter Churcher & Graham Kennedy

July 17, 2012

Painting, Rare Books & Arts, Television:

A double bill featuring Australian artist, Peter Churcher, and iconic television entertainer, Graham Kennedy, is the next program in the Arts on Film series to be screened this Wednesday July… Read More ›

Vintage TV magic

Vintage TV magic

July 30, 2010

Rare Books & Arts, Television:

Elegant tuxedos, droll patter and effortless prestidigitation abound in a series of dvds from the Miracle Factory, celebrating magic in the early days of television.   Early TV Magic Among… Read More ›