Media Coverage


ABC 720 Perth - Breakfast with Eoin Cameron

Eoin Cameron will interview Terry at 7.15 am on ABC 720's Breakfast show.
Aired: 21 May 2013. More


The Darren Sanders Show

Premieres Wednesday 3 December 2014 Midnight #latenight #sandersshow on @GOChannel More


The Summit Sun

Terry Serio steps out of his stage and screen identity and onto the Festival Stage, with his band The Ministry Of Truth with gorgeous and gritty Australian urban roots music.
Published: 16 May 2013   More


ABC 702 Weekends

Hear Simon Marnie's ABC 702 interview with Terry Serio's Ministry of Truth featuring a live performance of Take Your Time from Who's To Cry.  Aired: 17 March 2013.  


Deus Ex Machina

Over the years the Deus Cafe has had some pretty interesting names and faces come through its doors! However, it's not often that some of these folks have just as exciting motorcycle stories as our guest next month.  More


Radio National 360 Documentary

Actors, musicians and performance poets tell producer Regina Bottros about the role of alcohol in their work. It can calm the nerves before you get up on stage and fuel your creativity but at what cost? Radio National documentary with Terry Serio, Tug Dumbly and Benito Di Fonzo. Featuring songs from Who's To Cry. Listen to the podcast
Published: 17 February 2013.  More


Is This A Classic Film? Sydney Morning Herald

"It's fun in parts, and stars what is claimed as a genuine Falcon GT-HO Phase III."
Published: 13 October 2012



The Outpost with Vinnie Ramone

"Terry Serio will be my very special studio guest. Terry will be playing live, plus talking up the new Terry Serio’s Ministry Of Truth EP Who’s To Cry and launch show happening Thursday 16 August @ Camelot Lounge, Marrickville."
Aired: 16 August 2012, 12.00 midday | Repeat show Saturday, 18 August 2012, 7.30pm.



The Illawarra Mercury

"Serio, who plays criminal Terry Falconer in the latest series of Underbelly, will play a gig with his band at Wollongong's City Diggers on Saturday to launch his new EP Who's To Cry."
Published: 15 August, 2012



Terry Serio - Going Great Guns

"The other night, we saw Perth-born actor Terry Serio get slaughtered then sawed into pieces on Nine’s crim-fest, Underbelly. A night later, he’d resurrected, to launch his new CD, Terry Serio’s Ministry Of Truth: Who’s To Cry, Terry Serio’s at Sydney’s Camelot Lounge." 
Published 12 August 2012  



In The Pines - FBi Radio

Caught up with Emma Swift from In The Pines, FBi's Americana - twang - folk - sadcore show and played a few Take Your Time, Dust Remains and a new one, Morphine.
Aired: 31 July 2012



Hey Ho Let's Go

25 questions from Lorinda Jane at Hey Ho Let's Go Entertainment. Read how it all went down right here. 
Published: 2 August 2012



Premiere: Oh Reach, The Girl In the Yellow Dressurple Sneakers

A supergroup bursting at the seams with a magnitude of talent, Oh Reach romantically came to be through simply being at the right place at the right time. A songwriting collaboration, the three talents consist of Spookyland‘s Marcus Gordon, Simon Relf of Deep Sea Arcade / The Tambourine Girls and Ministry Of Truth musician, Terry Serio.

6 May 2015 



ABC 702 Weekends; Sonic Journey with Terry Serio and "Keef" Richards

Terry Serio, actor, musician and raconteur takes Simon Marnie on a Sonic Journey through the music of Keith “Keef” Richard


Sydney What's On Guide  - the hot pics in entertainment from November 22

In this unofficial tale Helpmann Award-winner, Terry Serio channels his inner guitar god to star as the musical legend "Keef" Richards.


A Riff on Keef Review - Trainsportter Kicks for Fans

Terry Serio delivers an impressively sustained performance as Richards ...


A Terry Serio Finds Keith Richards Soul for "A Riff On Keef: The Human Myth"

A Riff on Keef isn't your standard rock biography, Serio explains. "There is a lot of fantasy in the play. It takes some of Keith's life and some of Mick Jagger's life and mixes it up into a weird 'what-if' situation." More


Archibald Prize 2016: Winners aren't always grinners as artists strike a sombre mood

Big heads have long crowded the Archibald Prize, but this year's exhibition is filled with long faces. More