Deputies take over the airwaves. Deputy PM Anthony Albanese, Deputy Opposition Leader Julie Bishop and Deputy Greens Leader Adam Bandt are guest-programming ABC's music video show Rage tomorrow night, as part of a last-ditch effort to: a) prove politicians are human beings who enjoy popular music; and b) show they're down with the youth of today.

Bishop has the most eclectic playlist (Red Hot Chili PeppersBeyonceThe Easybeats), Bandt's is befitting of an inner-Melbourne hipster (Arcade Fire,  My Bloody ValentineMGMT) and Albo has surprisingly good taste (PJ HarveyThe ClashThe Pixies). The full playlist will be up at the Rage website sometime this afternoon. -- Sophie Benjamin