Ultima Thule is available online for the listening pleasure of those who live outside our Australian radio coverage zone.

Each edition of the show is downloadable from this page as a 56k mp3 file, for a period of 8 weeks. Simply "right click" and "save" on the numbered links below.

Alternatively you can have each episode automatically delivered to you through a podcast client. To subscribe to the Ultima Thule podcast, use this URL: http://www.ultimathule.info/xml/Ultima_Thule_Ambient_Music_Radio.xml 

Podcasts of more than 800 past Ultima Thule programmes are available at these and similar sites:

For higher quality audio we recommend our two streaming options:

You can hear us live as we go to air from Fine Music Digital, on Sundays at 22:30 hours Australian Eastern Standard Time (GMT +10) via the
Fine Music Digital stream.

You can also stream
Ultima Thule on-demand - any time, anywhere - via Mixcloud. Most of our shows back to the beginning of 2012 are currently available.


Click below to listen:

Ultima Thule 1180

On the way to the appointed hour, with Jos D'Almeida, Sinius, Jeff Pearce and new music from Between Interval.

Ultima Thule 1179

 Darkness and bliss, featuring Atrium Carceri, Alio Die, Kreng, Thomas Koner and Stars of the Lid.

Ultima Thule 1178

Still voices amid an ocean of sound, with Martin Nonstatic, John Gregorius and new music from Purl and Sinius.

Ultima Thule 1177

Namlookian encounters, with Klaus Schulze, Robert Moog and Pink Floyd.

Ultima Thule 1176

Departure from a darkly strand: new Viking-inspired music from Northumbria. Also featured are Paul Giger and Robert Rich.

Ultima Thule 1175

Wandering among fields of  crystal, with Harold Budd, Brian Eno, Biosphere, Tetsu Inoue and SETI.

Ultima Thule 1174

Remembering the lay of the labyrinth, with Sverre Knut Johansen, Chris Russell and Michael Allison.

Ultima Thule 1173

Sensing the presence of an in-between world; music from Moon Frog, Side Liner, Clozee and Translippers.

Ultima Thule 1159

Coming soon.


Ultima Thule 532
(coming... eventually)

The year concludes in reflective mode, with a focus on sacred music from the ancient Christian traditions of the Near East. Featuring the otherworldly voice of Sister Marie Keyrouz.


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