Episodes of “Lillian Roxon’s Discotique,” originally broadcast in 1971, were two-minutes in length and devoted to Roxon expounding on a single topic. The recordings were later distributed on vinyl and syndicated to American radio stations. The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia has made some episodes available, along with miscellaneous other recordings and interviews with Roxon.
Glaser-heads are probably familiar with his 1972 poster for “Lillian Roxon’s Discotique” (that image also seems to have been repurposed for use related to “Lillian Roxon: Mother of Rock,” Paul Clarke’s 2010 documentary.) However, it looks like Milton designed two other variations that were never produced, as far as I can tell.
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